Politics Writer, The Atlantic
Politics writer for The Atlantic; Westerner; tiny human being generator; semicolon addict; sarcast. email@example.com
boingboing.net — Here's literary critic Edmund Wilson's form-letter for turning down requests from strangers. As Tim Ferriss notes, Wilson wasn't a hermit or antisocial, but he maximized the time he spent socializing with the people he liked by not letting strangers gobble up his time: Edmund Wilson regrets that it is impossible for him without compensation to: [...]
theatlantic.com — The party isin desperate straits. It has lost the popular vote in five of the past six presidential elections. It consoles itself with a majority in Congress, but even there its ranks are dwindling. On nearly every issue of national significance-from social affairs to fiscal matters to foreign policy-its positions are increasingly out of step with those of the majority of Americans.
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